Jessica Stafford Cameron

Jessica Stafford Cameron has has illustrated the books ‘The Tale of Jessie the Highland Cow,’ ‘I Once Had a Chimpanzee,’ ‘Harry the Hairy Hamster’ and colouring books, written by her father-in-law Sir Roy Cameron. 

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Tapsalteerie

Tapsalteerie is a Scottish poetry pamphlet publisher based in rural Aberdeenshire.

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Hog's Back Press

Hog's Back Press specialise in traditional music, literature, storytelling and the Scottish folk tradition.

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The One O'Clock Gun

 The One O’Clock Gun is an A2 literary broadsheet which folds to an A4 size for display purposes.

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East London Press

Some will be surprised to learn that East London Press has an office in Granton, Edinburgh.

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Chapman

Chapman is Scotland's leading literary magazine.

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Vagabond Voices

Vagabond Voices is an independent publisher that is both Scottish and European in its aims.

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The Poets' Republic

The Poets’ Republic is a poetry forum and magazine produced from a subversive outpost of north-east Scotland.

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ASLS

The Association of Scottish Literary Studies.

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Leamington Books

 Edinburgh-based Leamington Books publishes occasional titles in various styles and genres.

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Thirsty Books

Thirsty Books is an independent publisher based in Edinburgh's Old Town.

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Luath Press

Established in Burns' country in 1981, Luath Press is now based on Edinburgh's Royal Mile.

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The Word Bank

 

The Word Bank is a publishing, literacy and writers’ project with a distinctive community focus.

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Simon James

Simon James is the author of the thriller Ghost Note.

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Ringwood Publishing

Ringwood Publishing is a small independent Scottish Publisher, based in Glasgow, dedicated to publishing quality works of Scottish fiction and non-fiction around the key national themes of politics, football, religion, money, sex and crime.

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Slave to Fortune

Slave to Fortune is a captivating historical novel written by Leith based author, DJ Munro.

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Fledgling Press

Fledgling Press was founded in 2000 with the aim of publishing and promoting new authors.

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Pilrig Press

Pilrig Press started in late 2010 as an independent micro publisher based in Edinburgh.

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Paul Charles

Paul Charles is The Unconventional Scribbler.

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